The fact that he doesn’t try to redeem these flawed, fascinating figures—or even try to make you like them in the slightest way—feels like an…
Later in this program, we review early video games, such as they were. This is one of four parts on You Tube. These Gift Guides lasted three or four years.
If this is a waste of your time, what will their damn fool new App be?
Twitter theoretical research:
Early field trial:
Now here is a demonstration of the planned length of the Twitter Vine:
"Whistle Stop" (1946), with George Raft
"Ghost on the Loose" (1943) with the East Side Boys and Bela Ligosi
Go here for the New Yorker's article about Apollo Robbins.
Here's my Great Movies review of Robert Bresson's "Pickpocket."
Here's my review of the 1993 James Coburn movie "Harry in Your Pocket.
"In an apparently unpublished and previously unknown poem, Carl Sandburg addressed the topic of guns. Titled "A Revolver," the short piece was discovered last week among Sandburg's archives, housed in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign."
Click here for the story behind the rediscovery of the poem at the Univesity of Ilinois LIbrary.
Thanks for the link to Larry J. Kolb.
Anne Thompson writes on Indiewire: "While any Joel and Ethan Coen movie is worth waiting for, many of us are champing at the bit to see "Inside Llewyn Davis," their portrait of the 60s Greenwich Village folk scene that spawned Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Mimi and Richard Farina and the inspiration for this film, Dave Van Ronk. Some of us hoped to see the film loosely based on Van Ronk's memoir "The Mayor of MacDougal Street" in time for the 2012 holiday season, but it's more likely to turn up in Coen-friendly Cannes."
Click here and to read her scoop with much more about the film.
The star is Oscar Issac (from "Drive"). The cast includes Coen favorite John Goodman, Carey Mulligan and F. Murray Abraham.